Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing and Peak Human Performance.
The ability to govern one’s own schedule can be frustrating if too much depends on the schedule of others. Dissect each activity throughout a workday; examine the cause and effect of different tasks. By assessing the input/output of each component in your routines, the realignment of dependent tasks allows for greater focus on areas of normal difficulty. Processing an order to the day’s events can provide a structured discipline that keeps you in the game, near the ball, and ready to shoot. Here are a few examples of dependent tasks and the resulting output;
- Placing uncooked food in an oven before turning it on. Disastrous.
- Locking a door before trying to enter a room. Hilarious.
- Taking off your hat before walking into the sun. Get out your SPF!
- Making a business call before learning what is at stake. Hope you saved your money!
- Pressing the gas pedal before starting the car. Better learn the bus schedule.
By placing a premium on proper sleep and nutrition, the rest of your life can remain available to great opportunities and new challenges. This is the most basic of essential time management technology. Being so inherently wise in its accuracy, why do so many of us still make sleep and nutrition the last priority instead of the first?
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